Local smart 'brains' contribute to 'worker-free' ports

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East China's Shanghai Port, one of the world's largest harbors,


East China's Shanghai Port which is one of the largest ports in the slot world Last month, container shipments exceeded 4.31 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), setting a record high in a single month and breaking a single-night container shipment record with 158,858 TEUs on the 19th. August, as reported by Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd. (SIPG).

It will also remain the world's busiest container port in 2020 for the 11th year in a row with a new record of 43.5 million TEU.In part thanks to Yangshan Deep Sea Port.Located in Hangzhou Bay It has the largest automated containers in the world. which started operations in December 2017

With an area of ​​2.23 million square meters and a coastline of 2,350 meters, it can support 4 million TEUs per year.But the work was so busy that almost no one saw the workers. Thanks to the automatic management and control system developed by SIPG, intelligent operation of the whole process is achieved. including loading and unloading containers horizontal

transport and loading at the yard and unloading When connected to Shanghai Port's critical information and information platform The system efficiently organizes on-site production through a collaborative scheduling module and process control system. Terminal operators who used to work on site now work inside the control room. where they can do all their work on the computer screen.